ACADEMIC STATUS REPORTS FOR FALL

While viewing your class schedule in MyASU, you may have noticed a circle with an exclamation point (!) next to some of your fall classes. This is what ASU calls an Academic Status Report (ASR). ASRs are placed by your faculty to let you know how you are performing in that particular course.  Academic Status Reports can be both positive and negative (the most positive being Satisfactory, and the most negative being Current Grade: E). If you have a negative status report, your immediate attention is required. Not all faculty members will submit ASRs, so if you are unsure about your course performance, talk to your instructor. Academic Status Report #2 will occur at the beginning of November, just prior to the November 5th course withdrawal deadline.

2 Responses to ACADEMIC STATUS REPORTS FOR FALL

  • Hayley Townsend

    What is the immediate action that I need to take to fix this? Do I need to speak to someone other than my professor?

    • Allison Farina

      We would recommend that you meet with your Professor to find out how you can improve your grade in this course.